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  • Five things for Tuesday, Oct. 21

    Five things for Tuesday, Oct. 21
    Five things for today in Orlando: Ride-sharing services could operate in Orlando, but will have to charge more; College Park neighbors want to hire trapper; third governor debate set for tonight; and more. 1. Uber, Lyft and other "ride-sharing"...
  • Tuesday: Will Rick Scott spend his millions to win the election?

    Tuesday: Will Rick Scott spend his millions to win the election?
          It is time for Gov. Rick Scott to bring out the heaviest hitter in his political arsenal. We’re talking about his wallet. After spending more than $75 million of his own money to get into the governor’s mansion four years ago,...
  • Endorsements for Illinois Senate

    Endorsements for Illinois Senate
    Here's a prediction on which you can bet the house: Democrats will control the General Assembly after the Nov. 4 election. It's a mathematical certainty in the Senate. Democrats hold a 40-19 majority, and only seven seats are contested. If Republicans...
  • Here's how to play Governor Debate Bingo

    Here's how to play Governor Debate Bingo
    There’s no way Rick Scott and Charlie Crist will provide the kind of entertainment that fan flap produced during their last debate. So we need to do something to liven up the hour when the Florida governor candidates meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. for their...
  • Voucher advocates launch campaign against lawsuit

    Voucher advocates launch campaign against lawsuit
    Backers of Florida's Tax-Credit Scholarship Program -- the state's largest school voucher program -- have launched a campaign condemning the lawsuit that challenges its constitutionality. The "save our scholarships" effort includes a TV commercial...
  • Hogan misleads on Md. economy

    Hogan misleads on Md. economy
    Larry Hogan's main campaign pitch is that under Gov. Martin O'Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, "excessive taxes … have poisoned the business climate" resulting in "lost businesses, jobs, and taxpayers at an alarming rate," ("Hogan, Brown clash on...
  • Obama votes early in Chicago, encourages others to follow

    Obama votes early in Chicago, encourages others to follow
    CHICAGO (Reuters) - Hoping to encourage turnout among Democrats, U.S. President Barack Obama took advantage of early voting opportunities in his hometown of Chicago on Monday and cast his electronic ballot at a polling place near his home. "I love...
  • Tom Foley Rejects Call to Release State Taxes, Says Malloy is Trying to Divert Attention From His Economic Record

    Tom Foley Rejects Call to Release State Taxes, Says Malloy is Trying to Divert Attention From His Economic Record
    An already tense campaign grew a bit tenser Tuesday when Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley vehemently rejected Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's repeated calls to release his state income tax filings. "Why is the governor talking about people's tax...
  • Colorful and influential GOP leader Tom Slade dies

    Colorful and influential GOP leader Tom Slade dies
    Tom Slade — a hard-drinking, seafaring tactician who steered Republicans to political dominance in Florida — died Monday in Orange Park at age 78 from complications associated with heart failure. The colorful Slade, a mix of Southern charm...
  • Record Public Financing Amounts Awarded to Candidates

    HARTFORD – State officials said Monday that public campaign financing awards to candidates for 2014 will total more than $33 million – a record amount for Connecticut’s taxpayer-funded election system. According to records from the...
  • City treasurer dismisses Rauner job talk as 'kind of crazy'

    City treasurer dismisses Rauner job talk as 'kind of crazy'
    Outgoing City Treasurer Stephanie Neely on Tuesday dismissed as “kind of crazy” the criticism Republican governor challenger Bruce Rauner lobbed at Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn for not picking her as his running mate. Neely was responding to...